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Old 01-23-2013, 08:04 PM   #691
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When you are making your clones, where do you buy your pearl malt?

i see a couple vendors online but not the ones i usually use

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When you are making your clones, where do you buy your pearl malt?

i see a couple vendors online but not the ones i usually use
i got a sack from a north country malt group buy
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Old 01-23-2013, 08:43 PM   #693
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Adam, why won't you ship?
Because I don't really trade much. I'll send Heady to people maybe twice per month. Too many people message me on my blog and privately for trades so to advertise would be dangerous. I already get about 10 trade requests a week now through various channels and have to say no to almost everyone. It's just expensive even when people offer to pay shipping, I still have to go up and buy the stuff, buy packing materials and it takes a lot of time to pack and send off beer. Best thing to do is to try and make it to Vermont and drink from the source. Great food, scenery, activities and beer. It's worth it to make the trek and I'd be happy to play tour guide for anyone that comes up.

My UPS bills for 2012 were $2,000 and that's after saying no to almost everyone that asks me to send them Vermont beer. It's just too expensive.
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:57 PM   #694
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When you are making your clones, where do you buy your pearl malt?

i see a couple vendors online but not the ones i usually use
Midwest Supplies carries Pearl.
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Brew Brothers sells pearl malt. That's the only place I've found in Oregon that regularly carries it. And I believe do online sales as well.

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Actually, it isn't, a few years ago maybe. I suggest you make your way an hour south and check out what the "desert" has to offer. Bellwoods, Indie Alehouse, Bar Hop, Volo, Get Well, and many others are making and/or pouring some pretty tasty beers these days.
Don't get me wrong, there are places to get great beer. I was talking in terms of local production.

But the fact I have to drive to the city - I don't exactly live in the sticks - kind of demonstrates what I'm saying. We have a "beer store" that is owned by the biggest multinational beer companies... it's not surprising there's less demand here.
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I'm going to VT late Feb and will be grabbing a case. I'll send you a can.
I would really appreciate that. Thanks.
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:04 AM   #698
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Because I don't really trade much. I'll send Heady to people maybe twice per month. Too many people message me on my blog and privately for trades so to advertise would be dangerous. I already get about 10 trade requests a week now through various channels and have to say no to almost everyone. It's just expensive even when people offer to pay shipping, I still have to go up and buy the stuff, buy packing materials and it takes a lot of time to pack and send off beer. Best thing to do is to try and make it to Vermont and drink from the source. Great food, scenery, activities and beer. It's worth it to make the trek and I'd be happy to play tour guide for anyone that comes up.

My UPS bills for 2012 were $2,000 and that's after saying no to almost everyone that asks me to send them Vermont beer. It's just too expensive.
Do you ski?
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Old 01-24-2013, 01:44 AM   #699
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Do you ski?

Snowboard. Want to hit Killington with me? I live 5 minutes from Dartmouth Skiway as well.
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Snowboard. Want to hit Killington with me? I live 5 minutes from Dartmouth Skiway as well.
Killington is too far south I think. I am flying solo on my annual trip to VT late Feb. Will probably:
-Jay on the 20th
-Hill Farmstead
-Stowe on the 21st
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-MRG/'Bush on the 22nd (depends on snow)
-Lawson's Finest

My travel plans are flexible, but I must end up at the MRG/Sugarbush/Waitsfield area for the last couple of nights as I'm friends with a crotchety old B&B owner that I need to hang out with.

But I always welcome new adventures and new people to show me around mountains and where they hide the good stuff. I'll send ya a PM closer to the date and we'll see if we can work something out. Thanks for the offer.
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